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Scripts Not My Problem. Add to Cart. View Preview. Too often we live isolated lives instead of actively loving others and the world around us.
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Right as I was leaving the building after quitting my sysadmin job, I heard the servers go down again. I didn't turn back. It was not my problem any more. No four words in the English language are more potentially damaging than “it's not my problem.”.
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Research shows that antibiotics offer little or no benefits for some common infections such as colds , coughs and sore throats. There is no simple answer. But there is no doubt a societal approach is needed. Governments, health professionals, veterinarians, members of the public and various industries are all working towards solutions.
The World Health Organisation suggests that surveillance of antimicrobial resistance, regulating antibiotic use in humans and animals, infection prevention and control, and research innovations are all needed to tackle the crisis. The challenge is ongoing. It is individuals who decide to use antibiotics, and it is individuals who have the power to minimise use and halt antibiotic resistance. Edition: Available editions United Kingdom.